*Figure 1. of Excel POWER Function.*

In the event that we want to determine a very small level of tolerance for vast distances. At some point we will have to raise a number to a specific power. We are going to utilize the Excel POWER Function. This article will walk through how to do it.

**Generic Formula**

`POWER(number, power)`

The POWER Function will calculate a number raised to a specific power. The formula syntax has the following components;

**number –**the number value which we desire to raise to a certain power. This can be any real number.**power – the exponential value to which we are going to raise our base number.**

**How to use the Excel POWER Function.**

We can achieve this by following three simple steps!

- Collect the data available to us for checking, in our Excel sheet. See example illustrated below;

* Figure 2. of Number Values for the POWER Function in Excel. *

- Our purpose here is to exponentially raise the number values in column A to the power Values specified in column B of our worksheet. The formula syntax which we will enter into the formula bar for cell C2, for the desired result is as follows;

`=POWER(A2,B6)`

* Figure 3. of the POWER Function in Excel.*

- Modify and copy the formula syntax into the other cells in column C of the example illustrated below to achieve the desired results.

* Figure 4. of the POWER Function in Excel. *

The POWER Function operates like an exponential value in a basic mathematical equation.

* Figure 5. of Final Result. *

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